GREAT WHITE FEATURING JACK RUSSELL: Performance At Peavey Store To Be Broadcast Live

GREAT WHITE FEATURING JACK RUSSELL (formerly JACK RUSSELL'S GREAT WHITE) will perform at an invitation-only event at the Peavey store in Hollywood, California on December 20. The concert — which will be a full set featuring all of the GREAT WHITE hits — will be broadcast live at Stickam beginning at 8 p.m.

In other news, GREAT WHITE FEATURING JACK RUSSELL will release a free download of their performance at this year's Sunset Strip Music Festival at the legendary venue Whisky A Go Go in Hollywood. The concert featured appearances by original GREAT WHITE drummer Gary Holland, former GREAT WHITE bass player Tony Montana and several other musician friends. This marked the first time GREAT WHITE appeared at the famous venue in over thirty years, since the very beginning of their career. The download will feature live performance footage along with backstage footage, interviews with the band members and more.

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